Stay and Play: Dog Daycare in Westfield, IN

While some dogs can hold their own at home, others need regular interaction and exercise to stay happy and healthy. At Coyne Veterinary Center in Westfield, daycare is much more than a convenience for busy pet parents--it’s a place where dogs can socialize, play, and experience enrichment for a better quality of life. Our dog daycare center is operated by skilled staff members who understand canine behavior and how to help dogs flourish in a more open environment.

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Interested in daycare for your canine?
Call us at (555) 555-5555 to sign up!

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When is Dog Daycare Available?

Coyne Veterinary Center offers half-day and full-day sessions, depending on your schedule and what works best for your pet. Regardless of what you choose, you can be assured that your dog and all other daycare guests will be under full supervision from beginning to end.

Half Days: 8am - 12:00pm or 1pm - 4pm
Full Days: 8am - 4pm (with a rest period between noon and 1pm)

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What Our Dog Daycare Center Offers

To keep our canine guests happy and active, we offer lots of space for dogs to play, run around, and just be themselves. This includes a large outdoor play area blanketed in soft, artificial K9 Grass that’s springy underfoot and easy to clean. The outdoor yard is surrounded by a high, sturdy fence for security. Additionally, we have a spacious, temperature-controlled indoor play area for dogs to enjoy on rainy or wintry days.

Our play areas include toys and safe equipment for climbing and perching.

What Your Dog Needs Before Coming to Daycare

There are a few things your dog will need before they can enroll in our daycare program. This includes:

  • Rabies vaccine
  • DHPP vaccine
  • Canine influenza vaccine (for both strains)
  • Bordetella vaccine
  • Negative fecal test within last 6 months
  • Social evaluation

Social Evaluation

All dogs need to undergo and pass an evaluation to make sure they can interact safely with other dogs and people. Daycare is meant to be safe and enjoyable for all dogs. This evaluation only needs to be performed once for each dog, and all dogs will be carefully supervised during their daycare session.

For more information about dog daycare and how to enroll, please call (555) 555-5555.

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